Some will say that it was a silly move for Jeb Bush to speak in “hostile territory” by going to the Americans for Prosperity summit in Columbus, Ohio this weekend. Others will say that it was a test he had to take if he has any chance of appealing to conservative voters. Either way, the GOP presidential candidate came out fairing very poorly. Read More
Mainstream media has failed. Media Caffeine wins.
Some of the most important news doesn’t make it to CNN or Fox News. Mainstream media news outlets tend to focus on celebrities, sports, politics, and other “big headlines” but it isn’t a full picture. Here, you get the full picture.
Any other year, this would be shocking. This late in the year ahead of a Presidential election, two political outsiders are...Read More
Medical, educational, and military help wasn’t enough to get Kyrgyzstan to renew the 22-year treaty with the United States...Read More
One of the biggest risks with storing ancient artifacts in a single location is that they can be susceptible to disaster. Whether it’s natural disasters or man-made such as the problems that the Islamic State is creating for antiquities in the Middle East, single points of storage can put history at risk. Read More
Is it okay to hack a website if it’s for a good cause? Does privacy supersede decency? In a world where public shaming has become commonplace, should we view the hackers of marital cheating site Ashley Madison as heroes or villains? Read More
It makes sense that a drug designed to treat narcolepsy would be a possible mental stimulant that helps healthy people find focus for activities such as taking exams. It makes even more sense that the colleges where the research on the short term effects were performed would be Harvard and Oxford. Read More
There is a certain righteousness that surrounds the #BlackLivesMatter cause. Those who deny that there’s a problem are missing the point. However, the problem is bigger than even the protesters know and they’re not doing much about it. Outrage over another death in Ferguson was noticeably missing this week. Read More
Subaru has offered us some great off road vehicles that are typically equipped with the advanced all-wheel drive systems. The Forester is no exception to this and shows up with a taller stance for better visibility, roomy seating, and plentiful cargo space are some things that are not normally part of this class of SUVS. The Forester also comes with more advanced features than the Ford Escape or Hyundai Santa Fe to ensure you can have a more engaged drive with equipment that you want and need. The Forester is also an SUV that starts at one of the best prices in the segment to make it a valuable player as well. Read More
The Islamic State posted that they have hacked government computers to reveal the personal information for US “targets” – people who work with the US military or US government that the terrorist organization wants attacked by domestic agents or affiliates. However, many are questioning whether the list is accurate or even real at all and whether or not it came through sophisticated hacking or other means. Read More
There are few 73-year-olds who can draw the kind of attention that Bernie Sanders is bringing to himself. After 28,000 people came to hear him speak in Portland, his campaign for the Democratic nomination for President nearly achieved the same level when 27,500 people attended his gathering at the Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena. Many were forced to watch from a large television screen outside of the arena. Read More
When we speak of a halo vehicle typically its meant to identify the top model in a lineup and the one that the automaker will offer to bring the highest price and offer the most features. Ford has made a truck with the help of Galpin Auto Sports that is not a halo truck, but instead a HALO truck to celebrate the release of the new HALO 5: Guardian game that will be offered for the Xbox One. This is not the first time an automaker partnered with Galpin Auto Sports but it marks one of the most interesting vehicle offerings seen in a while. Read More